RAWALPINDI: Awami Muslim League (AML) Sheikh Rasheed on Friday arrived atCommittee Chowk by moving in narrow streets on motorbike to supervise the protest held against the detention of party workers.
Talking to the participants while sitting on the roof of a DSNG van, Sheikh Rasheed said he has fulfilled his promise by reaching the rally venue.
He claimed that more than 450 workers have been apprehended so far while he has also challenged the government to come and arrest him.
“Sea of people will flood Islamabad on November 2 as we want accountability from the Prime Minister”, he added.
AML chief said that people have proven that they don’t recognize Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) government. He also alleged that Intelligence Bureau personnel are arresting political workers in civilian dress.
Later, Sheikh Rasheed left the scene after talking to media.
On the other hand, the local administration has decided to not arrest AML chief despite anti-government speech.